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CO. GALWAY—TO. b» ty- Contract, the FIDANE ESTATE, containing in Plantation Measure, 1307 A, 2R. 3P., with 260 A. 3R.

CO. GALWAY—TO. b» ty- Contract, the FIDANE ESTATE, containing in Plantation Measure, 1307 A, 2R. 3P., with 260 A. 3R.

12P. of improveable Bog and Waste; of this there are 761 A. IR. 24 P., in the possession of the Vender, under Stock, and is of the best feeding quality, including a House and very handsome Demesne, well circumstanced. Also, a comfortable Lodge with Offices, &c., on which £5OO ha
16 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPIRITS.—A Parliamentary Paper, Just printed, allow* that the Spirit* made last year amounted to 21,028,026 gallons proof, Tiz.—• „ , , . Scotland. Ireland.

SPIRITS.—A Parliamentary Paper, Just printed, allow* that the Spirit* made last year amounted to 21,028,026 gallons proof, Tiz.—• „ , , . Scotland. Ireland.

SPIRITS.—A Parliamentary Paper, Just printed, allow* that the Spirit* made last year amounted to 21,028,026 gallons proof, Tiz.—• , , . Scotland. Ireland. England. Gallons. Gallons. Gallons. Spirit made 3,788,068 7,979,038 9,260,000 Ditto entered for consumption 7,259.*87 4,861,5
16 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ONEY.

ONEY.

WANTED, £1,600 at 6 per Cent., on an Assignment of a Mortgage of a well circumstanced Property in the County of the Town of Galway. Any Person having the above Sum to lay out would 'find this eligible investment, and the interest punctually paid. Application, (if letter, post pa
20 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUPPLY.

SUPPLY.

The House then resolved itself into a Committee of Supply ; Mr. Bernal in the chair. Sir JAMES GRAHAM, in moving the first resolution, said it gave him great pleasure to announce that, notwithstanding the reductions made last year, amounting t0£7,000 in his department, there had
18 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The extracts which we gave, in our paper of Monday, taken from the volume published by the Poor Law Commissioners,

The extracts which we gave, in our paper of Monday, taken from the volume published by the Poor Law Commissioners,

exhibit frightful slate of things, in some of the parishes in England. If we could believe, that esory system of Poor Law s would tend to the introduction of similar evils, we would feel bound to exert all our energies to prevent the application, to this country, of any enactmen
18 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
pulation is 139. ill of whom, with the exception of thirty- Jive, including the Clergyman of the parish, are on

pulation is 139. ill of whom, with the exception of thirty- Jive, including the Clergyman of the parish, are on

the pauper list! The present state of the parish," says the report, is this ;—the land almost wholly abandoned (sixteen acres, only, including cottage gardens, being now in cultivation) ; the poor thrown only upon the rates, and set to work upon the roads and gravel pits, and pa
15 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TURKEY.

TURKEY.

It would difficult to conceive state of things more embarrassing than that which now exists in the East. Never, perhaps, had any Governments a more difficult task their hands than those of France and England. Turkey, body politic, almost lifeless, is attacked by the powerful Vic
15 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEETING THIS DAY.

MEETING THIS DAY.

Belfast Banking Company^ XT O TI C is hereby given, th.it GENKRAL MEETING of the PKOntIETORS of the BELEAST BANKING COM l> A ,vi!l be held their BANKING HOUSE, Uomgau.-Stiu rr. IMONDAY, tlie 15th April next, at the hour of hulf. past TWKIjVE o’clock, iioonvAor the i>urpo«? of ae
15 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
r-roirf) ftlarhrta.

r-roirf) ftlarhrta.

Glasgow, Mo*d*Y, Apkil S.— Cat fir —T*h*rr wtvXfi h!*rk Mttlc in the market thrs morninp. Hot ttot told at per trim •econd quality 8* fid and cow beef at 7* fid fte per ditto Tfiff* were Sheep; black.faced wcdder* aold 33» per bead, atid tho*e of ordinary quality ¥B*. Dumfries,
15 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE REFORMED FARLIAMEST.

THE REFORMED FARLIAMEST.

BOW-STREET, LONDON— Chakgb agaibst M.P. or Paw kin a —Mr* Mullm, upholsterer and looking-glass mamifaciurer the Strand, appeared this yesterday, before Sir F. Roe, to prefer m charge of unlawfully pawning a looking-glasa, his property, against a member the House Cominooa, who ha
15 April 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland